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    • Old Git
    • By Old Git 18th Jun 17, 6:17 PM
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    Old Git
    paying cash into nationwide account
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    • 18th Jun 17, 6:17 PM
    paying cash into nationwide account 18th Jun 17 at 6:17 PM
    is there any way to pay cash into a nationwide current account without going to a nationwide branch .

    Can it be paid via the post office or another bank .It will be CASH every 4 weeks .Approx £70 .

    Cant to DD or online .
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    • agrinnall
    • By agrinnall 19th Jun 17, 2:19 PM
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    I understand that NW remioved the perk of European Health Insurance last end.

    Does anyone know or has read any news about them not extending the insurance once certificate is expired for this who currently still have it ??
    Originally posted by adindas
    You've been around for long enough to know better than to hijack a thread. If you really want your question answered (rather than just looking on the Nationwide website) start your own thread.
    • mt99
    • By mt99 19th Jun 17, 4:14 PM
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    You can pay cash in at the post office into other bank accounts for example Lloyds or Barclays you could ask the landlord if they have an account at Lloyds or Barclays the money could be paid into it

    or ask would they be willing to open an account at these institutions purely to receive the £70 because of the tenants disability
    • mt99
    • By mt99 19th Jun 17, 4:17 PM
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    Or indeed you could ask the landlord if he would be willing to open a post office savings account

    the tenant could just pay £70 into that over the post office counter
    • Heng Leng
    • By Heng Leng 19th Jun 17, 7:57 PM
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    Heng Leng
    Maybe I'm missing something, but isn't an obvious solution that you pay the £70 into your account and FP on his behalf to the landlord?
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